Technology executives from non-profit organizations under 1500 employees
Sharon Dorogy, Chief Information Officer, The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh
Sharon Dorogy is the CIO and HIPAA Security Officer at The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh (CI). She has been with CI for 22 years, previously holding IT roles with Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Union Switch & Signal and Westinghouse. She holds B.S. and M.Ed. degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. With her career spanning 30+ years, she has focused the last 25+ years specifically in the IT healthcare arena.
Janice Kubiska, Director of Information Technology, Pressley Ridge
With 20 years of experience in technology, Jan Kubiska currently serves as Director of Information Technology for Pressley Ridge, a non-profit organization with 1,100 employees across six states. Jan’s experience includes a number of consulting and software development roles, in addition to extensive IT leadership throughout her career.
Stephen Mancini, CTO & Dir. of Strategic Operations, National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance
Steve is the Chief Technical Officer (CTO) and Director of Strategic Operations for the National Cyber-Forensics and Training Alliance (NCFTA). He oversees all IT and Security requirements for the organization, the entire NCFTA external training component and all strategic activity impacting the organization.
Edward Motznik, VP, Technology, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
Edward Motznik is responsible for technology innovation, systems and infrastructure for its four museums and nature preserve. He focuses on enhancing visitor experience, making the museums inclusive spaces that serve the entire community and applying technology to increase internal inefficiencies. Ed spent 20 years as a senior IT executive in manufacturing, distribution and health insurance prior to joining CMP.
Sean Smiles, Chief Information Officer, Dollar Energy Fund
As the Chief Information Officer at Dollar Energy Fund, Sean Smiles is responsible for the management of the organization’s technical capacity, analytical and functional operations and an experienced IT staff. In addition, Sean has created a Software as a Service product line comprised of custom systems that support the administration of low-income utility assistance programs. His status as a software design architect and project manager has been honed through more than 23 years of experience in the information technology field.